Wednesday 24th February at 4.30pm

The End of the Road? – An exhibition of photographs by Sean Hawkey about climate change and Fairtrade farmers

The End of the Road? – An exhibition of photographs by Sean Hawkey about climate change and Fairtrade farmers. 4.30pm, Wednesday 24th February

Sean Hawkey is a renowned photographer who has documented the lives of people all over the world. In this exhibition Sean’s lens is focused on the impacts of multiple hurricanes on people in communities in Nicaragua and Honduras in Central America in 2020. For this expedition and talk Sean will be joined by Raquel Girón Rosales, from the coffee coop COMISUYL in Honduras, and Kieran Durnien who worked with Fairtrade farmers in Central America for 10 years.

Photo: The end of the road. The main highway between San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa at Tres Reyes, Pimienta was flooded during hurricane Iota, the water came at 2am, a lot of people were prepared, but flash flooding caught many by surprise and they lost all their belongings.

 

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